Summary: Some time ago, we already tested the pre-version of the . Now after the hardware has been on retail state for a while, we would like to take a closer look at the G75VW. This time, the device boasts new hardware and slightly different features.
Excerpt: First, there is no Windows product key sticker, here or anywhere else on the laptop or its accessories. This is actually going to be common on Windows 8 devices; most of them are going to be configured with a restore partition that already knows the product key and can restore the internal drives to...
Summary: The Asus G75VW-NS71 was thought as a means of offering gamers an outlet for their passion. This laptop does its job well and it does not have much to make it unlovable. It behaved well when we tested it, so we recommend it wholeheartedly.
Summary: Ready for the Finale. Asus is one of the first manufacturers presenting a gaming laptop with Ivy Bridge processor and GeForce 600 graphics card. After scrutinizing an amply equipped pre series model with Nvidia's 3D vision technology, a series model with standard FullHD display has to prove itself.
Pros: Matte FullHD display with good values, Rather quiet for a gaming laptop, Excellent connectivity, Insensitive surfaces, Fast Solid State Drive, Moderate temperatures, Handy touchpad, Keyboard light, Excellent performance, Blu ray drive, No Throttling, The G75 has no big weaknesses.
Cons: Big and heavy case, No Optimus, a graphics switch for longer battery life
Conclusion: Other than the confusion with using the Webcam, and the laptop's weight being about a pound heavier than other bulky 17-inch laptops, we have no complaints about the Asus G75VW. It serves up a strong mix of the latest components for a great price, and it runs quietly.
Pros: Aggressively priced for the components inside, Cutting-edge parts selection, Impressive performance, Quiet operation
Cons: Hefty, even for a 17-inch laptop, Webcam software setup is confusing
Asus G75VW – 17-inch Ivy Bridge gaming laptop with NVIDIA GeForce graphics and Thunderbolt
17 May 2012
Conclusion: Asus G75VW isn’t the best 17-inch Ivy Bridge gaming laptop but it has satisfying specs and above average performance – all for the price of $1,499. That’s a relatively cheap price to pay for a gaming laptop. On top of that, it has longer battery life than most laptops.
Excerpt: Intel has decided to lead its introduction of Ivy Bridge for mobile with its most powerful quad-core parts. Many of these processors will end up in mainstream laptop, but they’re also great for gaming laptops.